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Maricopa County election sabotage

Surveillance footage in an Elections Division warehouse shows Maricopa County election officers tampering with voting machines.

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The Kari Lake campaign made an astonishing revelation over the weekend. On Sunday afternoon they released a nine-minute video showing highly irregular conduct by Maricopa County election staff. This conduct took place four weeks before Midterms – the election that put Katie Hobbs in the governor’s mansion. If this footage is accurate, then it shows that Maricopa County sabotaged its own election.

The Maricopa County footage

The Kari Lake campaign released this video on its Kari Lake War Room account:

That video drew 3.5 million views, as they later attested.

Almost immediately afterward, the campaign sent a direct tweet to the Editorial Page Editor of the Arizona Republic. They asked sarcastically whether Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer said anything about this β€œduring your guided tour.” (Or perhaps we can assume it was Kari Lake speaking for the campaign.)

One person, with equal sarcasm, suggested that Kari Lake retire to private life. But most replies were positive or at least showed willingness to admit the possibility.


Hours later, the campaign account stated what other evidence they had to substantiate and authenticate the highly suggestive footage.

Commentator Greg Rubini offered a link to his article on Substack.

In it he makes the case that the late John McCain tainted Maricopa County with massive ideological corruption. In short, the nominal Republicans who run things in that county constitute controlled opposition. He also makes the case for statistical anomalies showing that the results in Maricopa County violate the Law of Averages.

Yesterday morning, this activist suggested what needs to happen: hundreds of people, or thousands, crowding into meetings. Meetings, that is, of Boards of Election, Boards of Supervisors, and presumably Boards of Education also.

I’ve seen too many events for too long with 3-4 people showing up. That has to change. We’re spoiled and many are scared.

Also in the morning, the campaign account offered more statistics on electronic voting machine failures on Election Day.


Doubts about what this footage shows

As one might expect, some raised doubts that what Kari Lake has, proves effective misconduct. This user asked the most common question: why did so many Republicans get elected down-ticket?

Those sending in replies raised a total of three options:

  1. Different counties had different results. Maricopa County, most populous county in Arizona, β€œcarried” Arizona. Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.), for example, ran in a district outside of that county.
  2. Not all Republicans are true Republicans. Recall what Greg Rubini showed: Maricopa is McCain country. Any Republicans elected from that county probably are part of the McCain Machine, which, to repeat, constitutes controlled opposition.
  3. Those pulling the strings, might not want to be so brazen as to ensure β€œvictory” for every Democrat running. A few Republicans, more or less, make no difference. This is what Laura Loomer and others mean by β€œUniparty”: the Establishments of both parties work together. (Unfortunately, the populists in the two parties are not likely to work together. If one set wants to steal from the other through confiscatory taxation, how can they cooperate?)

But of course, those who voted for the nominal winner, will never believe that the losing candidate deserved to win. Then again, Kari Lake had enough friendly voices telling her to ignore the scornful doubters, and press ahead.


The last time CNAV saw footage like that, was at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia – the Suitcase Scandal.

That alone should prompt an investigation, by someone in competent authority, of the allegations this footage brings to light. At a minimum the Lake campaign has established motive, opportunity, and means. That’s reason enough to fight on, as Kari Lake said she would do.

But this is also reason for the residents of any county, parish, independent city, or other unit, with nominal Republican leadership, to investigate whether that leadership really has committed itself to Republican principles. All freedom lovers, in all units, need to ask themselves whether their elections are truly clean. They might even need to assume their elections are dirty until proven clean. Few people indeed would expect sworn civil officers to break their oaths as these Maricopa County officers apparently have done. For that reason, no one has any right any longer to assume that their civil officers keep their oaths.

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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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Donald R. Laster, Jr

The crimes of sedition and treason come to mind.


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